Paris Fashion Week for Men’s Fall/Winter 2024 is here, and the spotlight is on the timeless allure of fur, shearling and leather styles. Taking place in the midst of Paris Haute Couture Week, this season promises a blend of opulent styles, classic elegance and contemporary designs. The runways in Paris are poised to reveal the latest trends in men’s fashion, and we’re excited to take you on a journey through the most captivating styles showcasing fur, shearling and leather.
Rick Owens Fall/Winter 2024 at Paris Fashion Week
Rick Owens, otherwise known as the lord of darkness, shared his collection “Porterville” as a tribute to his Californian hometown. The collection unveiled utopian designs of unnatural proportions, with the spotlight on wearable spheres of interlocked pale blue, gray, mustard and black shearlings.
Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 2024 at Paris Fashion Week
Pharrell Williams unveiled his third collection for the fashion house at Fondation Louis Vuitton, setting the stage with a Virginian mountain range backdrop that exuded a Wild West theme, culminating in a dramatic snowfall. The runway showcased an array of opulent fur coats alongside leather and shearling bomber jackets, adding a touch of extravagance to the collection.
LOEWE Fall/Winter 2024 at Paris Fashion Week
The LOEWE collection, designed by Jonathan Anderson, drew inspiration from the works of American artist Richard Hawkins, creating a pop art aesthetic infused with vibrant color schemes and textures. Featuring elements like spray-painted leather coats and long shearling cardigans, the collection skillfully intertwined the realms of art and fashion.
Dries Van Noten Fall/Winter 2024 at Paris Fashion Week
The collection showcased essential and tailored menswear, where leather took center stage not only in floor-length outerwear, but also in shirts and underpinnings for slim-cut coats. Balancing this structured style, the show introduced slouchy blazers and cargo pants. The looks were further accentuated with fur and shearling collars and hats, adding a touch of luxury and warmth to the ensembles.